Following Timothy Bradley's controversial split-decision win over Manny Pacquiao on June 9, the World Boxing Organization hired five independent judges to review the fight. After review, all five judges thought Pacquiao won the fight.
Of the hired five judges, one scored the fight 118-110 while two had it 117-111. Another judge scored it 116-112 for Pacquiao with the fifth scoring it 115-113.
Bradley was crowned WBO Welterweight champion when two ringside judges scored it 115-113 in his favor June 9. The WBO cannot overturn the decision and will not strip Bradley of the title.
It's likely the two boxers will fight again Nov. 10. After hearing of the independent judges' conclusion, Pacquiao told reporters in the Philippines he wants a rematch. ''My supporters shouldn't worry. We're going to get that title,'' Pacquiao said.
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